Rempstone Village Hall


  

Pilates Class 

Every Thursday evening and now Tuesday and Friday mornings. Contact Jane Thomas: 07778019765 for booking and further information or see village hall news link


KEY DATES for 2017


Coffee Mornings


New Class! Line dancing for beginners. Every Monday 6.45pm-8pm. £4 per class. Good music and dance, suitable for all ages. Just come along. Click here for more details

 

 

September 10

Village Show


TO RESERVE TICKETS & FOR FURTHER INFORMATION & BOOKINGS

Call Barbara: 07758 464515 or see Village website.   www.rempstonevillage.org.uk

Booking forms are available from the website, Village Hall and Committee members.




 





Garden Club Dates for 2015 now Online



Rempstone Parish Council is always pleased to hear from members of the public regarding matters within its control. As a very small council supported by a part time clerk we cannot always answer queries and besides an acknowledgement, some matters may require raising at a Parish Council Meeting before a response can be given; thus a full reply might take up to 8 weeks

Parish Clerk:

Mrs Rebecca Hague, Rempstone Village Hall,37 Main Street, Rempstone, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE12 6RH


Telephone number: 01509 880 214

E mail: rempstoneparishcouncil@btconnect.com

Chairman:

Mr David M Walker, The Cottage, 41 Main Street, Rempstone, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 6RH. Telephone number: 01509 880 097.

Population 335.


Acreage 1587.




Rempstone has 7 Parish Councillors

 

Meet the team:

 

Nicola Dalton
Tel 01509 881285

nicoladalton@mac.com

 

Nicki has lived in Rempstone for 37 years and was vice-chairman of the Parish Council under the chairmanship of Phillip Beeby before retiring to bring up her three children. Now in her third term on the present council she is also a member of Rempstone PCC and the Village Hall committee and acts as village web site co-ordinator. She sits on the governing body of Costock Church of England School as a local authority governor.


A journalist by profession, she is President of the Loughborough and the Wolds branch of the charity Save the Children.

 

Nicki says: “Rempstone has been home to my family for a long time and is a wonderful community. I hope that my work on the council and other bodies helps to maintain the spirit of the village for residents of all ages.”